Royal Scot Class No. 46100 pulls into the platforms at Kidderminster where it will run around the train and head back to Bridgnorth.
Timing is everything. While British Railways Standard Class 5 No. 73082 "Camelot" wasn't on today's schedule, it was out and about performing mainline test runs between the two trains that were h... (more)
They say when a ladybug lands on you, it's giving you good luck. And a ladybug landed on me in Sheffield Park. While British Railways Standard Class 5 No. 73082 "Camelot" wasn't on today's sched... (more)
Sierra number 3 coming up to milepost 44 and stopping for display as part of participation in the 2012 Amgen Tour bicycle race, on May 16th, 2012
A handsome product of ALCO's Cooke works freshly restored by the Everett Railroad pulls a fall excursion out of Hollidaysburg PA.
Ex L.N.E.R class B.1 61306 MAYFLOWER climbing up from Grosmont to Goathland with the 10.30 Grosmont - Pickering service.
Pan view of "George Hart's engine," lettered for the "Philadelphia & Reading," westbound on an excursion from Jim Thorpe to the high bridge at Hometown. Mr. Hart, the late fou... (more)
Tweetsie (ET&WNC) #12 has just been cut off from its train and is headed to the locomotive shop, as the sun sets on another fun-filled day at the Tweetsie Amusement Park!
Built by Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston in 1913 Class D10h 4-6-0 CP 1095 now sits on display at the Kingston Visitor Centre. (Former Kingston Inner Station on the Kingston & Pembroke Rail... (more)